The Xiaomi AIoT Router AX3600 will be the first Wi-Fi 6 router launched by Xiaomi. This morning, Xiaomi officially announced more information about this product.
It turns out the Xiaomi router AX3600 will come with a 512MB of memory, support OFDMA technology, and send data to multiple terminal devices at the same time. Also, it supports dual-frequency concurrency with a theoretical rate of up to 2976Mbps. And as said earlier, it will support MU-MIMO technology – multiple antennas of the router can serve multiple equipment.
In terms of configuration, the Xiaomi router AX3600 sports a Qualcomm 4-core A53 1GHz chip and has 6 high-performance external signal amplifiers. Among them, the router’s 2.4GHz band and 5GHz band have two and four external high-performance signal amplifiers, respectively.
Apart from this, Xiaomi announced the appearance of this router, which comes with a design of 7 antennas.
The Xiaomi’s AIoT router AX3600 comes with 7 antennas, including a dedicated AIoT antenna. There is a 600M independent dual-band Wi-Fi chip, which can automatically discover new devices and configure the network with one click. In addition, the Xiaomi AIoT router AX3600 also supports remote control. This can help parents at home to complete the configuration remotely.
The router will be uncovered at the same event as the Xiaomi Mi 10. The new product launch conference will start at 14:00 on February 13. Thus, during a single event, Xiaomi will announce two different products supporting the latest WiFi 6 technology. As you should know, the latter brings a number of enhancements.